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Cavite Calibrated Quarantine Operations in place

By Ruel B. Francisco
April 29, 2020

Additional AFP personnel were asked to be deployed for the implementation of the Calibrated Quarantine Operations in Cavite.

TRECE MARTIRES CITY, Cavite - Hours after Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla declared a 14-day strict quarantine for the entire province of Cavite, he announced the implementing guidelines for the Calibrated Quarantine Operations.

The local chief executives (LCE) in a meeting held yesterday fully supported the guidelines that will take effect at 12 midnight of April 30, 2020 until 5 am of May 15, 2020.

Based on the guidelines, a 24-hour curfew will be implemented with exemptions for the following: Quarantine pass holders designated to do errands for food and basic essentials until 6pm only; frontliners/medical healthworkers; food handlers in public markets, supermarkets, groceries and fish ports; employees of banks and other financial institutions and volunteers and employees in the relief operations.

Business establishments like banks and other financial services, restaurants for food delivery and take-out services, and gas stations will be allowed to operate.


The enhancement of quarantine pass protocol prohibits stand-by of more than four personnel (excluding PNP/AFP personnel) in checkpoints; standy-by outside the house, loitering and grouping on the streets even with quarantine passes; exercise should be done within residence, any other exercises like jogging, zumba, etc. done outside are strictly discouraged and kite flying is not allowed.

Quarantine Passes will only be honored within the jurisdiction of the issuing LGU and just the same, senior citizens are not allowed to go out of their residences

Since companies in PEZA are 50% operational which are under the national government's control, non-PEZA factories are subject to IATF guidelines, thus, all employees are required to bring their IDs at all times whether going in or going out from work.

And the most basic rule, always wear a face mask when going out. Violators will be fined automatically and violation of any of the prohibited acts are subject to sanctions based on the municipal, city and provincial ordinances.

"16 days to go....Let us all be ONE in this!," Governor Remulla said. (Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite with report from Governor Remulla FB Page)

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